The North American Indian Volume 8 The Nez Perces Wallawalla Umatilla Cayuse The Chinookan Tribes Paperbound

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that the patient was the victim of an evil medicine-man, and, if the parents wished,
although the patient could not be saved, he would remove the yuhlmah and cut it,
thus destroying it and causing the death of the possessor. Consent being given
and payment promised, he sucked out the yuhlmah as above described, and
held it over the fire, where the ashes had been brushed aside, while another
medicineman cut the small object with a knife, and the pieces were dropped into
the fire.

The Encyclopedia Of North American Indian Wars 1607 1890

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On a third expedition into the White Mountains on May 8, 1725, however,
Lovewell's company fell into an ambush. Lovewell and several of his men were
killed, and the remnants of his company straggled back to Massachusetts frontier
towns. What came to be called Lovewell's Fight ended in disaster. DaviD M.
corlett See also Dummer's Treaty; Dummer's War; King William's War; Lovewell's
Fight; Native American Warfare; Queen Anne's War; Scalp Bounty; Scalping
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Edward S Curtis And The North American Indian Incorporated

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local person recognized her own mother and, of course, knew her name; see
Clifford, "Four Northwest Coast Museums: Travel Reflections," in Ivan Karp and
Steven D. Lavine, eds., Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum
Display (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution P, 1991), 212-54, especially
232. 1 1 . Gidley, "Into Apache Lands: Reminiscences of Edward S. Curtis's North
American Indian Project," European Review of Native American Studies, 8, no. 1
(Spring ...

The North American Indian Volume 20 The Alaskan Eskimo The Nunivak The Eskimo Of Hooper Bay The Eskimo Of King Island The Eskimo Of Little Diomede Island The Eskimo Of Cape Prince Of Wales The Kotzebue Eskimo The Noatak The Kobuk The Selawik

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After she has been won and the respective parents notified, her father carries
goods, as much as he thinks his daughter is worth, to the men's house, where he
exchanges them for an amount of firewood of equal value from any of the men
present; for wood, the only source of which is drift, commands a high price in
barter. The father then gives a sweat-bath to all the occupants of the men's 9 8
house. After the bath, the women bring food 48 THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN
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Native Americans And Sport In North America

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[5] Berkhofer, The White Man's Indian. [6] Henderson, The Long Run Solution. [7]
Arnold and Plymire, 'The Cherokee Indians and the Internet'. [8] Berkhofer, The
White Man's Indian, 30. [9] Roberts, 'In the Land of the Long-Distance Runners'. [
10] Plymire, 'Running, Heart Disease and the Ironic Death of Jim Fixx'. [11]
Kostrubala, The Joy of Running. [12] Ibid., 107. [13] Norman, 'The Tarahumaras',
703. [14] Bennett and Zingg, The Tarahumara. [15] The quotes are from a report
in the ...

Indian Dances Of North America

Author: Reginald Laubin
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Their Importance to Indian Life Reginald Laubin, Gladys Laubin. supported by
men holding it on each side, just as was done in "raising a chief." The parade to
the sacred lodge stopped four times, the men in the party giving a wolf call each
time to signal their approach. In Hennepin's time it seems that both the "Calumets
... The songs would transcribe in 2/4, 3/4, 4/4, 6/8, and 12/8 time, but the drum
was either steady or in accented 2/8. The song was repeated four times, and
during the ...

The North American Indian Volume 13 The Hupa The Yurok The Karok The Wiyot Tolowa And Tututni The Shasta The Achomawi The Klamath Paperbound

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1 Ata, ati/h, anni, kuutana, kiitana, vocative forms, terms of endearment. 2
Respectively, shamans (mostly female) and herb-doctors (usually male). 9 High,
young. 4 Para, paternal uncle. 8 Hihu, wood. 1 Respectively, of objects near and
very near. 2 Respectively, VOCABULARIES ...

North American Indian Activity Book

Author: Winky Adam
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Winky Adam, Activity Books. Part of the name of what a Plains Indian hunter
might carry on his back is given on the crossword above ( I ). Rnish it, and then
see if you can write the 8 names of the other hunting weapons shown. These
eight Plains Indian teepees look the same, but if ...

The North American Indian Volume 11 The Nootka The Haida Paperbound

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Sometimes a speaker, seeking the aid of his fellow Ravens or Eagles, calls them
"my uncles, nephews, sisters, mothers, and grandmothers," but it is denied that a
man regards his fellow Ravens or Eagles as brothers and sisters. ... the time
arrived, the phratry members returned property of much greater value than they
had received from the dead man's estate, and this accumula- ' ?i ^^^^^JL^^/aK^^
^f^^sr A H«vtE3ii Totem: _a.t "Yah tion, together II 8 THE NORTH AMERICAN
INDIAN.

Edward S Curtis And The North American Indian Project In The Field

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Talked with old man until 3:00 P.M., then started up river. At 8:00 P.M. overtook
Joe Nashalek, the school teacher at Noatak Village. His gasoline boat was hard
aground. We had a cup of coffee with him and his crew and then took him in our
canoe and started up the river. Cold night, the first real freezing night we have
had. Reached the Noatak Village at midnight. It was good to be in a warm house.
Mrs. Joe cooked us a fine supper, mostly of salmon trout. Regardless of my keen
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